We all want to be happy. Perhaps the greatest obstacle to happiness for most people is resentment. It’s easy to see how widespread this problem is: just notice the critical tone of so many conversations, the anger, the complaints and lamentations, the excuses, negative thoughts, frustrations, the distancing of person from person, family divisions, marriage breakdowns, eagerness for vindication or vengeance, labor disputes, social problems, even conflicts between nations. This short book confronts this problem, studies it, and offers solutions to resolve it.
I was having problems forgiving some of the people I felt hurt me in my life. This helped remove the stumbling blocks and I now I am not only on the way to forgiveness but alo forgetting. Thank you Describe Yourself: Bookworm; Pros: Deserves Multiple Readings, Engaging characters, Informative, Page-Turner, Suspenseful, Well Written
prayers19(massachusetts, June 7, 2011)
This book has helped me a lot and I continue to read it again and again for additional guidence. Describe Yourself: Bookworm; Pros: Deserves Multiple Readings
From Resentment to Forgiveness
Pudge(MA, April 7, 2012)
Very useful and informative. Would recommend for everyone. Upon reading we all have some need for this type of help. Best Uses: Reference; Describe Yourself: Everyday Reader; Pros: Easy To Read, Informative, Well Written